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Vegetable Garden Planning – Family Plot

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Vegetable Garden Planning – Family Plot

Vegetable Garden Planning – Family Plot

Walter, you know it’s that time of the year, right? – Yes. – Time to plan that garden, right? – Yes, my time of the year. – I know you like this time of the year. – So, how do we get started with planning that garden? – Well, first I would like to just […]

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Planting Cool Season Vegetables – Family Plot

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Planting Cool Season Vegetables – Family Plot

Planting Cool Season Vegetables – Family Plot

So, what are some of the cold season vegetables to plant right now? Well, pretty much all your cold crops. That’ll be your cabbage, your broccoli, your collards, you know, lettuce, you know, your green onions, all of these kinds of things, spinach. All of that can be planted now. I mean, I’m just excited. […]

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A Visit to a Japanese Vegetable Garden

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A Visit to a Japanese Vegetable Garden

A Visit to a Japanese Vegetable Garden

Where I’m from, this is what Japanese gardens are like. Let me show you It’s so fluffy If you see very close, you see little bit of like hair (Japanese) These are potatoes It’s potatoes They’re potatoes? Yeah He’s taking all the flowers down. (Japanese) Why do you take the flowers? Oh, if you leave […]

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Weed Free Vegetable Garden – GardenFork

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Weed Free Vegetable Garden – GardenFork

(soothing music) (gasp) Oh, sorry. (laughing) I wasn’t supposed to do that. (laughing) – [Male] You’re throwing the ball in the garden. Yikes. Hey everyone, welcome to Garden Fork. We’re over at our– – [Female] It’s great, get in trouble. – We’re at our neighbor’s house and I’ve already done something wrong, which is not […]

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Start A Garden With Raised Vegetable Garden Beds – GardenFork

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Start A Garden With Raised Vegetable Garden Beds – GardenFork

Start A Garden With Raised Vegetable Garden Beds – GardenFork

– Hey everyone. I bet you’re wondering how to start a garden or how to start your garden this year. I’m gonna show you how. Make, Fix, Grow, Cook, GardenFork. And this is kind of a new thing for us, I built a playlist of a bunch of videos we already have and this video […]

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Garden Trellis – How to Make the Best Supports for Climbing Vegetables

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Garden Trellis – How to Make the Best Supports for Climbing Vegetables

Garden Trellis – How to Make the Best Supports for Climbing Vegetables

[Music] Hello! Training naturally climbing vegetables up supports yields rich rewards. By lifting vegetables off the ground and up towards the sun, you can enjoy bigger harvests from a relatively small patch of ground. Climbing vegetables are easier to pick, they require less weeding, and they can provide a leafy backdrop or windbreak for your […]

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Hydroponic Indoor Grow Tent GrowAce Review | Horticulture Indoor Gardening

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Hydroponic Indoor Grow Tent GrowAce Review | Horticulture Indoor Gardening

Check out the new and improved Yield Lab Grow Tents. Unlike other grow tents, Yield Lab Grow Tent’s durable frame comes with one piece connectors. No Plastic. No small parts. All metal. Yield Lab Grow Tents uses extra strength oxford cloth making it tear resistant. So unlike most flimsy grow tent frames and low-quality materials, […]

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Creating a no dig raised vegetable patch || Vegetable Garden // The Gardenettes

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Creating a no dig raised vegetable patch || Vegetable Garden // The Gardenettes

Creating a no dig raised vegetable patch || Vegetable Garden // The Gardenettes

Welcome to my backyard! Since moving in here 3 years ago, this steep section has been a bit neglected. But it’s time to turn it into a productive space! These Birdies Garden Product Veggie Crates come flat packed and click together in less than a minute. They’re made from Australian Cypress Pine, which is both […]

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Toward a Do-Nothing Gardening, pt. 3: Self-Sowing Annuals (Lazy Gardening)

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Toward a Do-Nothing Gardening, pt. 3: Self-Sowing Annuals (Lazy Gardening)

Toward a Do-Nothing Gardening, pt. 3: Self-Sowing Annuals (Lazy Gardening)

This bed is a perfect example of do-nothing gardening. Though it’s bursting with crops, we haven’t intentionally planted anything here for years. That’s because everything you see here is either an established perennial or a self-sown annual. I’ve already touched on edible perennials in my do-nothing gardening series , so today I’ll focus on self-sowing […]

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